GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. workers have rejected a tentative offer for increased wages, incentive bonuses and improved working conditions, Ward’s learns. While normal operations continue at all three GMDAT locations, no new negotiations are scheduled, a GMDAT source says. “I am sorry to say the union members rejected the tentative agreement that was reached with their negotiating team,” he says, noting 48.1% of GMDAT’s 10,384 union members approved the deal, thus falling short ...

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